Information coming from an eye witness in Aboabo No.2 Bus Stop in the Ashanti Regional capital, reports that some two persons have been severely injured and one person feared death after an unknown wielder through celebration of the festival mistakenly opens fire into the congregation among muslim praying to mark the Edi ul-Adha.
According to reports from Zuria FM, a radio station based in the heart of Kumasi, an unknown person pulled the gun as the prayers were ongoing and made shots into the crowd.Two people were affected by the gunshots and were injured whilst one person reportedly lost his life instantly at Aboabo during prayers.
Other eyewitnesses who also saw the incident as it occured reported that everyone immediately dispersed and run for their lives as they heard the sound of the shots and the screams of the injured persons. These people include all the Moslems at the prayer grounds including Mallams, Imans, Alhajis, Hajias, and all the other ordinary Ghanaian people around.
The attention of the Ghana Police Service has been drawn. As we talk the whereabout of the shooter remain unidentified but the gun was found lying on the ground as at the time of the report. The injured moslems were taken to the nearest hospital in kumasi and it is in the hospital of Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, while the remains of the deceased has been preserved shortly for the police to do a bit of investigations.
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